Not if Ann’s crime connections menace the Fuse and hence Luann’s family.
Unless they discover that Ann switched out the pre-nuptial he thought he was signing and instead Tom signed away the deed of the house to her.
I’m still holding out for a revelation that Tiffany is dyslectic—the problem isn’t her intelligence but her ability to read with comprehension.
It doesn’t matter. She’s like a fly—brush her off one place and she’ll just land somewhere else.
Interesting thoughts. I’m also wondering if he’s going to discover that the ultrasound was how Ann destroyed his father, and that the box of his baby things belonged to Officer Knox? There’s got to be some plot reason for the unexpected information that Les’s father was a policeman killed in the line of duty.
I think Al Gray is indeed slightly afraid of his sister. Plainly she knows things about his past “Before you became so ‘Gray’”.
There is such a thing in organized crime as a graceful retirement, though it’s rare. If somebody gets too sick of the hoodlum life, and his former partners in crime have something that they could hold over his head in a potential plea bargain, and if he has been up till now impeccably loyal, they can sometimes strike a deal where the syndicate can allow the ex-hood to quit and lead a straight life—so long as there’s never the least whiff of suspicion that he’s about to expose anything about them. There is honor among thieves, but it’s very nervous.
And I’m pretty sure that the Evanses have been setting up the emergence of Mr. Gray’s past for quite some time now. They’re just waiting for the right moment to spring it.
I understand. I didn’t feel mocked. You had a fair question and gave me a chance to answer it, instead of saying, “Oh come on! I bet you really were trying to get your brother in trouble!” Thank you for being the kind of person who asks instead of assumes.
Would you like to post more often? Please do! If you thought there were rules or expectations that limited how many posts can go up, have no fear—there aren’t any.
No one can hog the comments section. In order to hog something, you need a limited quantity of it, and someone taking more than his share of that finite portion. Yet there is no limit here to who can post, how often, or how much. He doesn’t take a thing away from you. If you don’t want to read his posts just skip them—there are plenty of other posters here.
I still think that Tara would be the best match for Les. Tiffany, perhaps, might meet a handsome rapper who would help her keep it real.